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Unlicensed Dog,

Early Closing Order.

Cood Friday performance.

Theft of Coal.

Vale of Neath News.






Aberdare Police Court. |

New Magistrate.

Crusty Loaves.

Selling Fresh Bread.



Aberdare paternity case.

Women Assault Case. !

Up and Down the Valley.





CWMBACH. JAY'S easy payment oystem it O"Y for you. SALE of Household Furniture, Market Hall, Aberdare, Tuesday next, May 1st. Absolutely no reserve. Auctioneer, Mr. D. Morris Powell. Offices, Gadlys Road, Aberdare. BRYN SEION Y.P.S. On Sunday morning Mr. W. James read an inter- esting paper. Subject, "Yn fwy na choncwerwyr drwyddo Ef." The Rev. R. Hugh Davies presided. WOUNDED. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Curnow, of 1 Seion Place, have received intimation from the War Office that their son, Private Daniel Curnow, Machine Gun Section, who is in. Meso- potamia, has been severely wounded. This is their third son to be wounded I in the present war. Private Absolom Curncw, their eldest son, is now in Bristol Hospital, and their youngest son, Private. Johnny Curnow, has just re- turned to France from Rhyl, where he was recuperating from wounds.—Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis, of 20 Victoria Street, have received intimation from their son, Lance-Corporal Fred Lewis, that he is now in a hospital in Scotland suffering from wounds in his hand. He is with the Seaforth Highlanders.— Private Will Rees, son of Mr. John Rees, of Well Place, has also been wounded, to what extent it is not yet known. WAR HEROES' FUND. — On Tues- day evening, at the Workmen's Hall, a competitive meeting was held under the auspices of the above fund, when Mr. James Pardoe presided. The adjudi- cators were: Music, Mr. D. Rees Davies, G. and I, literature, Rev. R. Hugh Davies, B.A. Guardian John Hughes presented Driver W. H. John, R. F. A who was home on leave from France, where he has been for the last 20 months, with a purse of money. He suitably responded. Awards: Girls' solo, Eunice Mathias, Cwmaman. Boys' Ion solo, Elwyn Rees Evans; consolation prizes, Glyndwr Davies and John Todd. Recitation for girls, divided between Eunice Mathias, Cwmaman, and Gwyneth Wilcox; consolation prizes, Lily Ellis. Annie Bryant, Phyllis Rees. I Recitation for boys, Howard Morgan. Soprano solo. Miss if. Lewis, Aberaman. Best story, Mr. W. R. Evans, Aberaman. Tenor solo, Air. Johnny Lloyd. Comic song, Morgan Nicholas. Recitation for adults, divided between W. R. Evans and T. Hughes. Aberaman. Opening solo. Mrs. C. Harris. On the pro- position of Mr. D. J. Hughes Jones, seconded by Guardian John Hughes, a vot# of thanks was accorded to the adjudicators and chairman. The ac- companists were Miss Gwyneth H. .Tone". Messrs. Herbert Davies, Ivor Vaughan and Daniel Palmer.



Selling Fresh Bread.